standard motors 1936Did you work at the Standard or Triumph – at Canley, Radford, Banner Lane, Northey Road, Allesley, Tile Hill, Western Avenue (London), Bordesley Green (Birmingham), Speke (Liverpool), Berkeley Square (London) or any of the associated sites/companies associated with Standard Triumph? If so, we’d love to hear from you to build a database of names associated with the Standard and Triumph company. Read More HERE.

List of Names (Surnames First)

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Use the format: SmithJohn in the name field, then add a description; here you can include a role, location, service dates etc plus any other information you think may be of interest, finishing with your name (you may be submitting on behalf of a family member). Don’t worry how much – or little – you write in the description box – everything helps!
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September 2018 Update:
The archive has now over 2,400 name entries and with 425 articles on the site. During May, 2018 we reached 100,000 website hits. Take a look at the Latest News posts to see the articles.

Thank you for all the submissions in the database. In addition some people have articles, info, memories and photos. We’ll show everything, that comes in, at some point soon, please bear with us. We still need more… Email your stories today!

Ivy Cottage, Canley

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This website was launched February 1, 2017.

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  • Les Smith – Press Shop - Les Smith, retired from Press Shop, Canley, after 30 years’ service at Canley works.
  • Help required… - Another fabulous photograph – but no details. Can you help?
  • Stop the Track! - The worst sin that could be committed in the assembly hall was to stop the track.
  • Mick Carroll – Herald Trim & Final Finish - Mick Carroll (67), a fitter in Herald Trim and Finish, Canley, retired after 15 years’ service.
  • Pat Kenny - Pat Kenny, a truck driver in Engine Despatch, Canley, has been included in Ireland’s boxing team for the Olympics.
  • Charlie Johnson and Bill Baker - Two stalwarts of the Inspection Department retired recently after long service.
  • Standard Triumph Cricket – Part 1 - We have a number of photographs featuring the cricket teams at Standard Triumph.
  • D R Pearson - MR D. R. PEARSON joined Standard Triumph in 1948 as an apprentice draughtsman at Coventry. After completing his apprenticeship Mr Pearson did two years national service in the Royal Air Force, and re-joined the Company afterwards in Aero Planning Department, at Coventry.
  • Full Employment – Overtime and More Jobs - Reproduced from the 1963 in-house newspaper the optimism for the year end was apparent at Standard Triumph.
  • Forward Radiator – Bordesley Green - Of the 53 years that the Forward Radiator Company of Bordesley Green Road, Birmingham, was in existence, the last decade was undoubtedly the most dramatic in the company’s long history.

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